Buying a house means qualifying for a mortgage. In today’s post, I will walk you through how to get a mortgage with bad credit.
Moving to New Orleans presents has exciting options from renting to buying. From traditional-historic to ultra-modern living, the Crescent City beckons!
As an active broker and realtor, I always have an eye open for a New Orleans investment property. If you’re considering buying, today’s post is for you!
As a broker, I want to protect my clients, my agents and myself. In today’s post, I advise clients on safety tips for buying a house during coronavirus.
In today’s blog post, I spotlight my friend Joy and our process for buying a house in the Irish Channel.
If you know that buying a house in Mid City New Orleans is right for you, let’s get down to business!
Tired of paying rent? Who isn’t? In today’s blog post, I’ve got 3 tips everyone, especially renters, should consider when buying a house in New Orleans.
My first question is: do you have kids? If so, then it probably matters a lot. Our city is a private school-heavy city because we have historically had a very poor public school system. However, that is all changing. Both Orleans and Jefferson parishes have really stepped up their game due to a particular Mr. John White. He has transformed …
At some point in our lives, pretty much everyone in the New Orleans area (myself included) has paid rent. Renting can be an ideal way to put a roof over your head for the short term. However, once you factor in the rising costs of rent and the low mortgage rates, buying a home in New Orleans is the more cost-effective solution for the long haul.